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IOPEN LETTERS TO WELSH; LEADERS…

BRIDGEND BOARD OFI GUARDIANS.

A PRIZE FIGHT AT FERNDALE.

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A PRIZE FIGHT AT FERNDALE. On Friday morning last a prize fight for £5 a side was fought on the Blaenllechau Mountain, ne:1.r Ferndale, between a man known as the Ferndale Champion and another. A goodly company had assembled, and the matter had been so secretly kept that the police had no inkling of the coming fight. Both the combatants are young, and both follow the occupation of haul- iers at the pit. Several rounds were fought, and some good sparring was witnessed, the Ferndale champion having the best of it all through. The backers of the other man threw up the sponge after the eighth round, their champion having failed to come up to time.

PIGS AS BEASTS OF P-REY.

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THE LATE STORM.

EFFECTS OF THE STORM AT BARRY.

WRECK OF THE DRUMBL AIR.

A YOUNG SAILOR DROWNED \AT…

SAD DEATH OF A FARM LABOURER…

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THE DROWNING CASE IN BARRY…